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In the Lord of the rings Simgol calls the golden ring his precious. An all consuming greed fills him to have it, he wants it. Anyone who sees it wants it only one hobbit who is pure of heart can carry it to the fires of destruction without been affected by it’s power. 81 palabras más

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Stolen Operetta - Funding Needed

Stolen Operetta – Funding Needed

As many of you might not know I am a self-taught musician & composer.

Back in 2009 I composed a small piece of introductory music for a comical operetta that I have yet to complete this particular piece of music was dedicated to fellow WordPress bloggier Chris A.K.A Dracul Helsing. 232 palabras más

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Home made oil paint

Oil paint that I made today. Oil paint supply’s are very expensive but if you cannot afford the tools you need to find an alternative. 363 palabras más

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Fear sometimes comes to knock at our door

Fear
Sam could feel it, he could smell it, and it was always present now. He had known for some time the day would come but he had never expected it to come like this. 1.316 palabras más

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The First Day at New Belly Fine Indian Cuisine Restaurant New York.

It was just before 5am this morning when Mrs Elizabeth James proud owner and head chef unlocked the door and let herself and Joe the waiter into the restaurant closing the front door and set about lighting the stoves and fryer. 9 palabras más

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HUELLA

HUELLA
La Huella que dejan nuestros zapatos al recorrer las calles y la huella que dejan esas calles y esas ciudades en nosotros. Construimos nuestra propia ciudad con pedazos de cada una. 11 palabras más

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Remembrances Scotland 1743

A story of the Scottish rising of 1745.

“The story I am about to tell you my dear is of great importance for if there is one thing I have learned over many years is that one needs to remember so that one will be able to pass on to the young certain truths about the rising in the year 1745 which have truly never been told in full. 2.619 palabras más

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